Martin Freeman, Fenn Wright Partner and Head of both the Fisheries and Rural departments, takes a broadly optimistic view of business to come in 2013, following the best year ever for the Fisheries Department, largely due to the successful disposal of the Cemex angling portfolio.
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Signing in for a second successful year
Fenn Wright Signature builds on firm foundations - It’s been a cracking start to the year in Fenn Wright’s new up-market residential department ‘Signature’ with several new enquiries from buyers looking at properties up to the £2m mark.
To build or not to build – that is the question
One way or another the Government might get its way and force through the a wave of new planning permissions for housing development, but whether this will translate into ‘new houses for all’ is another matter, says Roger Hayward, Senior Partner and Head of Development at Fenn Wright.
Confidence rising with encouraging start to year
Fenn Wright managing partner Alan Williams is encouraged by good levels of activity in the first weeks of the year, and by the optimistic view expressed by high street lenders Halifax, who predict ‘broad stability’ continuing throughout 2013.
New build makes the moving easy
Fenn Wright’s New Homes Manager Maria Montgomery foresees no diminution in demand for new homes in 2013, particularly those on small and select sites under construction by reputably local developers.
Funds available for right type of borrower
“It is quite apparent from the positive number of mortgage valuations carried out throughout the year that mortgage funds are available provided the purchaser has a reasonable deposit and satisfactory status,” Andrew Crayston says.